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Left in the dark: shining a light on vaccine injury
Time to break the silence, dispel prejudice and help find answers
I’ve just come out of a very moving and important conversation with someone few people want to acknowledge.
Caroline Pover is a writer, entrepreneur and one of the many people injured by the Covid-19 vaccines. I recently wrote about Caroline and two other members of UK CV Family – a vaccine injury support group.
I am so glad to have been able to meet Caroline in person and learn more about her experience. Three things struck me. The first is the extent to which Caroline’s life has changed. She’s gone from living a very full and busy life, to being limited to about half a day a week of work as a direct result of her vaccine injuries. This drastic reduction in quality of life is devastating for her and the many others who have had bad reactions to these new inadequately tested gene-based vaccines. In my opinion, the impact of these injuries is not limited to individuals like Caroline – the impact is being felt across communities and entire nations. It doesn’t take much to see that many businesses and services are affected by employee illness: In my town there are job ads in the windows of most establishments. What about yours?
The second thing that struck me is how Caroline had to find her own route to treatment, with little support from the National Health Service (NHS), which seems to still be in denial that vaccine injuries even exist. This tells you everything you need to know about the state of our healthcare system: that at the point of real need, help is non-existent.
This is a shameful and abject failure and a common experience of people with new symptom clusters that don’t easily fit into a standard diagnosis or treatment pathway. When the NHS has no answers, rather than raise awareness of these new and emerging illnesses to facilitate appropriate research and treatments, it is leaving the ill to fend for themselves.
Many international doctors and non-allopathic (Western medicine) practitioners are recommending options to help those with vaccine side effects. If you know of someone not feeling quite right or experiencing a change in their state of health since having the jabs, perhaps you can share with them the evolving Spike Protein Detox Guide on the World Council for Health website. This article includes a range of herbal and other supplements that have been recommended by diverse health practitioners.
We are having to learn as we go with this, why an integrative approach is so necessary. Caroline has personally – and by pure accident – found a highly unconventional form of treatment that you’ll hear about in our conversation, to be posted here this Sunday. Whilst one cannot be sure at this stage who and why it may help certain individuals, it is helping Caroline, and this is what counts.
The third thing that struck me – and shocked me – is the prejudice that Caroline and others in her situation have experienced from both ‘sides’. Many of those in favour of the new and experimental Covid-19 vaccines don’t want to know, and apparently, neither do many of those who are against them. This was extremely painful to hear. How disconnected must humanity be that we inflict even more pain on someone already suffering? How have we reached a point where we blame the victim?
If vaccine injury is the 21st century’s new taboo subject, we need to break the silence now. We do this by talking about it. This is something Caroline makes a plea for: open communication, without prejudice. If we can listen without judgement and talk openly about this with others, we can help vaccine-injured people get the support they need.
With this in mind, please tell everyone about this Sunday’s Tess Talks with Caroline. I want as many people as possible to hear what she has to say, and then share what they’ve heard with friends and family. This will be a great help for Caroline, the members of UK CV Family and all those injured.
Please also consider other ways you might be able to help. For example, you can donate to UK CV Family, or seek out the equivalent support group in your own country and make a contribution to them. Or, if you have skills that may help them, please consider offering your services.
Caroline and other representatives from UK CV Family are hoping to attend the Better Way Conference this May. If they are not there in person, they will certainly be there in spirit. Caroline’s book, Covid Vaccine Adverse Reaction Survival Guide will be on sale there and part of the proceeds will go to UK CV Family.
We must see and acknowledge vaccine injury victims. It’s time for us to talk with, listen, hear and help those affected so we can start to heal them, our communities and our world.